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officer was actually at the same. >>darya: president obama returns to the bay area today just a few hours from now he's raising money for house and senate democrats and for the national democratic party. kron4's will tran is at the betty ong center one of the stops for the president this morning. >>will: he will leave a much richer. he arrives here at the center at 1133 he will give a speech. according to legal or political experts because this cost zero thousand dollars originally but now it's the sound of $500. he was back here and the bay area back in june. also fund raising at the time. people believe he still needs to do a lot of fund raising simply because he needs the house of representatives to be controlled by democrats for him to get all of his issues and political promises fulfilled. and it's because of those unfulfilled political promises that we expect a lot of protesters to come up here. they're very upset with president obama over climate issues oil issues drones obama care so he comes to san francisco very embattled. his presidential approval rating is 40%, the lowest in h
>> our top stories we are following president obama will be in san francisco today. we'll tell you what his plans are as he visits the city by the bay. >> a woman jumps off the upper deck at sundays raiders game. the latest on the investigation.and the condition of the good samaritan who tried to break her fall. plus. the knockout game - >> where thugs sucker-punch an innocent victim. we look into whether that dangerous trend is happening here in the bay area. >> we have thanks and giving thursday just a down road. we would now have a look at the weather. we are starting out with clear skies and we do expect cold conditions especially for the north. we may also have morning frost developing. for the afternoon will have a lot of sunshine. tomorrow it will be partly sunny. it will be a little milder and then on wednesday, change is coming. will have an increasing clouds. i will lecher know if we will receive showers for a thanksgiving day. 40 degrees for oakland and san jose is waking up to 43 degrees to the north, where seen the coldest regions. 36 anin novaoto. we talked about the
to laughingstock, the obama administration is considering using pictures of people who've successfully purchased insurance instead. the photo of a smiling young woman recently was removed from the problem- plagued website. but a new hampshire woman and a florida college student say the administration has sought their permission to use their photos instead. the department declined to comment specifically on whether their photos will be used on the insurance enrollment site, but said as with all websites, it is making changes that will help users better understand key information while maintaining the overall design. obamacare is getting a lot of attention. but the white house is in damage control mode on several fronts in the face of sagging poll numbers -- and a second term agenda that so far is stalled. athena jones reports. nats.and i want to especially thank all of you. it's really an excusable. >>: and it isn't just about the care that's plaguing the president. the 16 day shutdown of marred all politics-as politicians. now he's under pressure of reports of government spies on allies. the pre
. officials at oracle say they were brought in to make the government side more reliable and secure. obama administration says that the web site will be running smoothly by november 30th. >> presgetting some help from mr tech companies to fix the healthcare- dot -gov website. >> a new book is shedding light on president obama's 20 - 12 re-election campaign. president obama's top aides secretly considered replacing vice president joe biden with hillary clinton on the 20 -12 ticket. according to the new york times. it got a copy of the book "double down: game change 2012." the newspaper says the book claims the effort was spearheaded by former white house chief of staff bill daley. but the idea was scraped when polls showed the switch wouldn't significantly improve president obama's odds. the book is written by mark halperin and john heilemann -- who also authored 20-08's "game change." >> 680 northbound is not a commute direction. looking at the bridges this is the only major incidents that we are tracking. the metering lights have just been activated. the san mateo bridge, highway 92 is pr
by president obama. >> welcome back. on to a developing story out of san francisco, where a group of protestors is demanding justice alleging about a hundred people gathered outside the mission police station last night. the protest sparked by the arrest of d'paris charles williams on friday. he was stopped by police for riding his bike on the sidewalk at a public housing complex. much of the incident caught on camera. witnesses say williams was beaten by police and that they were attacked trying to help him. but police argue williams tried to run from them and resisted arrest >> someone-session i am accountable and the officers will be held accountable. >> there was no need for this. all we wanted them to do was to start beating on him. maligned >> chief suhr says five of his officers were injured that night. two went to the hospital. investigators are looking at video of the incident to determine whether officers acted appropriately. >> coming up on a kron4 morning nils. we are looking at the weather. we're keeping an eye on rain that is here in the bay area that is holding off for now, but m
secret service supervisors on president obama security detail are under investigation after an incident this past spring at the hays adams hotel in washington d.c.. officials say the agent allegedly tried to get into the room of a woman he met at the hotel bar after realizing he left a bullet behind. the investigation also led to a routine search of his agency blackberry. sources confirms the supervisor and another were discovered to have sent sexually suggestive e-mail to a female employee. this comes after the secret service scandal in april of 2012 involving prostitution and drinking at columbia before presidential trip. a federal report is suggesting that 80 as a program to screen suspicious behavior of passengers at airports is not yet been proven effective. the government accountability office said its investigation found that the results of the tea as a program called screening of passengers by observations techniques were " no better than chance. " under the program, agents identify suspicious looking people and talk to them to determine whether they are a threat. the program ha
. president obama once again is pushing for immigration reform from republican lawmakers. we will have that story coming up. >> one of the tsa agents injured by a shooter at lax talks about the ordeal you will hear from him next. >> we're also watching your morning commute with a live shot from the bay bridge approach. ♪ at kaiser permanente we've reduced serious heart attacks by 62%, which makes days with grandpa jack 100% more possible. join us at kp.org and thrive. dale: we're from oregon. luke: the golden gate bridge... dale: which should be called the international orange gate bridge. luke: ...is very special and californians use it every day. dale: just like tillamook cheese... luke: ...which is very special too, and can be used every day for any occasion. dale: special occasions and everyday occasions deserve tillamook cheese. luke: in other words, you can have your golden gate bridge and eat it too. i think... >> federal investigators are looking into what motivated a man opened fire at loss angeles international airport, killing one tsa officer and wounding two others. court
with the new healthcare law. one glimmer of hope on obama care. we will tell you what it is. meantime, erica is watching your forecast. ózçwó >> welcome back. we are tracking a hot spot on the freeway and the public transit. let's start with bart, medical emergency reporters are stating that a person is trapped under a train. devastation as closed. there are trying to turn things around and it's either richmond plaza or north of berkeley. there is no train surfers getting into el cerrito. they're working with ac transit to set the buses. they're trying to do this in the hopes said the traffic can get down. i spoke with bart central and told me that what they do expect that this will become systemwide at present, most of the delays are just confined to the richmond-fremont line. there are a lot of people who travel to millbrae, sfo that getting to the airport this morning will be a problem. and a lot of people transfer from downtown san francisco to lead millbrae train. there are problems are mostly confined to the line but they should have this translated as the morning transgressors. the
to sell existing individual coverage plans to current customers. president obama took a different tack yesterday, saying that americans who've lost their insurance coverage because of his health care law should be allowed to renew individual coverage plans ticketed for cancellation for a year what the house bill does is essentially gut the healthcare law, because it will allow individuals and companies to buy insurance outside of the health exchange. the white house says president obama would veto the measure. >> the president is going to meet with health-care companies at the white house. >> a new development in the l -a-x shooting investigation. officials are looking into why the t- s- a officer who was shot and killed.bled for more than a half hour before he was taken to paramedics. the gunman was shot by airport police and taken into custody just five minutes after the attack started. but officials say surveillance footage shows t- s- a officer gerardo hernandez was wheeled out 33 minutes after being shot. investigators are now looking at whether paramedics could have entered the t
with schools keeping allergy treatment in tow will now be receiving financial incentives. president obama is expected to sign a bipartisan bill today that offers money to states if schools stockpile epinephrine , which is considered the first-line treatment for people with severe allergies. the effort was bolstered by the deaths of two girls in illinois and virginia from severe food allergies. michelle obama is joining president barack obama's efforts to get the united states on track to have the highest percentage of college graduates by 2020. the first lady will be addressing a high school in washington, just a few miles from the white house, asking that they take control of their education. she will also draw on her experience as she seeks to encourage lower income students to attend college. she grew up in a working class family in chicago and went on to princeton university and harvard law school. some student protesters are calling for janet napolitano to step down from her new job as president of the university of california, the students say former homeland security secretary napo
care reform law will be fixed. the obama administration has faced backlash over millions of canceled health insurance policies and problems with the health- care-dot-gov website. pelosi came to the law's defense on "meet the press." >> what i love about health care professionals is that they are calm. and we must we remain calm when we talk about the health of our country. the affordable care act, as i call it, have always called it, the affordable care act is right up there with social security, medicare, affordable care for all americans as a right, not a privilege. the rollout of the website, that's terrible. but the fact is that will be fixed." >> a source familiar with the rollout told c-n-n the obama administration is aiming for 80-percent of healthcare-dot-gov users to successfully enroll by the november 30th deadline. the source added the administration expects the website to have problems even after december first, but i-t experts are working to minimize those problems. >> a string of deadly storms and tornadoes ripped through the midwest-- leaving a path of destruction. mor
obama endured some tough criticism here in the bay area. we will tell you why the president was heckled and the middle of his speech. >> welcome back. many travelers are worried that the major storm system back east will have a ripple effect on air travel here in the west, especially during the thanksgiving season. kron4 charles clifford was at sfo check it on any delays. >> this man and his fiancee were flying out and wanted to avoid the crowds. >> i tried to avoid the big days but my guess significant other fund is a ticket. >> officials stated that they expected to be very busy on wednesday and again on sunday when people are heading home. this storm is expected to reach the east coast tuesday evening or wednesday and may cause airport delays for places for a boston, new york and philadelphia. >> the n-double-a-c-p and other activists are calling for stiffer charges against the four white students accused of hate crimes at san jose state university. the president of the university is blaming *himself for failing to take action sooner. president mohammed qayoumi independent investiga
morning news, president obama finishing up his trip to the golden state today. we will tell you what on the agenda for the president today your recap this trip to the bay area. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >>anny: will come back time now is 610. president obama is wrapping up his three day west coast or by making an economic pitch in the film industry. today, he will visit the dreamworks animation studio of movie producer jeffrey katzenberg, one of his top fund-raisers and political supporters. that's in glendale. the president also plans to attend his last democratic fund raiser at home
to continue to sell health insurance plans. yesterday, president obama announced a change to his signature legislation. designed to keep his promise -- if you like your plan, you can keep your plan. reporter andrew spencer has more on the test democrats face in the house today. the president pledged a fix to help keep his promise to help people keep their health care plans. memo we are going to get it right in the affordable care act is going to work for the american people. among the some people who have already had their plans canceled are skeptical the president can deliver. >>: it was nice to hear him acknowledge that there had been a mistake but i'm still feeling uneasy. that he essentially ordered insurance companies to send another letter. none of these companies. not one has to again reach offer that insurance plan. >>: and some democrats are still cautious. seven senators have joined mary land use plan that will let people keep their insurance plan and definitely not just for another year. >>: the president's guidance was welcomed at well received. we still may have to fashion som
well. there are no more risk there.southbound 101 is looking good. >> and the obama administration appears ready to give some labor unions a break from costly fees under the new health care law. but the move is drawing criticism from republicans who say it unfairly favors a key white house ally. the issue surfaced after the administration said last week that it plans to exempt "certain self-insured, self- administered plans" from paying a new temporary fee. both unions and business groups have complained about the fees. health care experts say the exemption could apply to some union-sponsored health plans, though it's unclear how many. >> health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius is fielding more questions about what went wrong with the october rollout of healthcare-dot-gov and what is being done to fix it. martha shade has the latest. >> there is no excuse for what has been a miserable five weeks. >> the secretariat--was the hot seat once again in from the senate. >> there are no more excuses, just give us the truth. >> the questions were intents. they want to know why
president obama's healthcare overhaul launch, one program is proving to be a success. according to avalere health-- medicaid has signed up 444-thousand people in the six weeks since open enrollment began. meanwhile, private plans offered through troublesome online markets are expected to have enrolled a much smaller number of people. >> a victory for gay couples in hawaii. hawaii's senate is expected to pass a bill legalizing same sex marriage today. the bill would allow gay couples to wed starting december 2nd. governor neil abercrombie has indicated he would sign the bill. >> the latest legal battle between the world's two biggest smart-phone makers is getting underway in silicon valley. lawyers for apple and samsung electronics will begin picking a jury today that will decide how much samsung owes apple for infringing its patents. the proceedings are a warm- up for a much larger trial between the two companies scheduled for march. >> it's turning out to be an early winter in chicago. the national weather service reported point-four inches of snow fell in o'hare yesterday. meteorologists
months for the people impacted to get back on their feet. president obama issuing a statement yesterday saying that the u.s. is providing significant humanitarian assistance and is prepared to provide further assistance in relief and recovery efforts. the president saying the philippines people are resilient. >>> we have an e. coli recall. these items were sold at trader joe stores, if you buy sandwiches and salads, you will want to come to the tv and check out these products. they originated from the glass onion catering company in richmond but they go under the trader joe name mexicoity and field fresh salads and the delish fresh brands. it was proud between the 23rd and november 6th and 15 cases reported so far of e. coli. >>> it is 6:06 and across the nation, americans will be honoring the sacrifices and services of the armed forces. at 8:00 this morning, president obama will be attending a wreath laying ceremony at arlington and the district of columbia will honor the must goee airmen. the parade was francisco on market street as you can see with marching bands and flags and even a
* *not * affect trade talks between europe and the united states kerry is the most senior obama administration official to visit europe since revelations of n-s-a spying sparked major outrage across the continent. >> a major gay rights bill has cleared its first hurdle in the senate. it's a bill to prohibit workplace discrimination based on sexual identification and gender identity. the senate has voted to move ahead on the legislation. it's expected the senate could pass it by the end of the week. however its prospects in the republican-led house are not as good. speaker john boehner argues it will lead to frivolous lawsuits and undercut job creation. >> india launched its first probe into mars today. if all goes according to plan -- the mars orbiter will take around ten months to get to mars once it's there, it will explore the planet's surface and atmosphere. if the mission is a success -- india will join an elite group of space explorers. only nasa, the former soviet union.and the european space agency have successfully operated probes on mars. >> we are tracking it your for
time now is 415. president obama today will operate--pay tribute to john f. kennedy, two days before the 50th anniversary of his assassination. the president will offer one of kennedy's lasting initiatives by awarded the medal of freedom to more than a dozen americans including former president bill clinton and oprah winfrey. president kennedy established the modern version of the metal. later, mr. obama will visit kennedy's grave at arlington national cemetery >>james: a wrist watch that's believed to have been used to declare the time of president kennedy's death is going on the auction block in new york city. the 18 character--carat patek philippe timepiece worn by texas neurosurgeon dr. kenneth clark is estimated to bring up to $150,000 at christie's on december 17th. his mother had bought it for him in 1949 for $750. --dr. kemp clark. georgeimmerman was released from john e. polk correctional facility on tuesday afternoon after posting nine-thousand- dollars bail. as part of his release, the former neighborhood watch volunteer is not allowed to have weapons. zimmerman was arrest
is back in the forecast for sunday. >> the temperatures will start to rebound. >> president obama is a pick to head the federal reserve will face a senate confirmation hearing starting at 7:00 a.m. our time. janet yellen currently serves as vice chairman of the federal reserve board. she is the former president of the for reserve bank of san francisco. despite protests from a few at t party members, yellen is largely expected to be confirmed as head of the central bank. if confirmed, she will replace ben bernanke, whose second term will end january 31st. >> taking a look at wall street. the number of people applying for u.s. unemployment benefits slipped 2000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 339,000, the fifth straight decline that shows a businesses are seen little need to cut jobs. watching wall street, dow futures of slightly after yesterday's gains. >> the dow rose 70 points. the nasdaq added 45. the s&p 500 added 14. watching a san jose based cisco systems. the company is reporting quarterly earnings. with a warning about a drop in earnings ahead. their shares were down 10%
on grant avenue and nespresso-us.com. the obama administration creation >> top stories we are following on this wednesday, november 13th. thousands of p-g and e customers left without power overnight in the north bay. including the brand new casino in rohnert park. we're live with an update. >> desperation in the phillipines as aid is having a hard time reaching areas devestated by friday's supertyphoon and >> let's begin with a quick check of the commute. maligned you are looking at a couple of hot spots. 680 south bond the lanes have been cleared of the two separate accidents. this are actually added to early morning crash. we have already had three separate incidents. the damage has been done. 680 is backed up all the way to martinez.
is the obama and mistresses deadline to get health car administration and de to get health care.gov working properly for more users. it jill dougherty has more. >> smaller businesses still will not be able to use this for a year. they tell cnn that some customers data information is getting lost. the white house stated that this will get fixed. but they admit that it will be times after saturday when the website will not function properly they're bracing for another possible huge surge in volume that could force people into waiting lines or callbacks. officials said that consumers should pick a plan by december 23rd and pay their premiums by december 31st and that they should have coverage and effective the first day of january. >> and the united nations are said to appealed for more aid to the philippines for victims of a typhoon haiyan. the u.n. say that they will seek funds for a 12 month plan to revive areas devastated by a super typhoon in the central philippines in addition to 348 million they had sought for immediate release. disaster relief officers say that 5.6 million workers have
. people were driving slower when they were headed across earlier. >> president obama is offering an apology to americans about the problems with implementing the new healthcare law. the president says that his administration is working to close some of the holes and gaps that are causing millions of people to have their health insurance canceled corporate that enclose problems with the health care and web site. >> we want people to know that we hear them and we will do whatever we can to deal with people who find themselves in these positions. >> house speaker john boehner released a statement calling on the president to support a new house measure to allow anyone to keep their coverage if they wish, otherwise an apology is a meaningless. >> 54 people were arrested last night during a walmart protest. the demonstrators gathered outside the walmart in l-a's chinatown to show support for workers who walked off the job demanding better pay. hundreds crowded cesar chavez avenue, blocking traffic and filling the sidewalk. apparently some in the group did not disperse when ordered by p
weakened but the country is breaking for the worse. >>> on sunday, president obama announced that the united states is providing significant humannian taken and prepared to offer more relief and recovery efforts. the president went on to say that he wanted to praise the phillipines people for their incredible resilience. much more as we go forward. we are hearing from congresswoman barbara lee. she released the following statement on sunday that says "my thoughts and prayers are with all of those affected in the philippines from typhoon haiyan and my own congressional district that have loved ones in the philippines ." it is 4: 39, we will take a break and come right back. >> holiday shopping season approaching quickly. while you are enjoying a thanksgiving meal target employees will be on the job. they will stay open until 11:00 p.m. on friday and will be opened on thanksgiving day and this is because of shopping and sent taments with shoppers. >>> u.s. gas prices continue to fall dropping 15 cents a gallon making it an early gift. the price now is 3.20 cents a gallon and we
told to evacuate. and other world news. president barack obamas this thanks to television and movies the rest of the world has had a front-row seat for america's march toward progress. about it is trumpeting the entertainment industry at dreamworks studio near los angeles. he says entertainment is part of diplomacy it what makes the u.s. and world power. obama says millions never set foot in the u.s. but through entertainment experienced a part of what makes the less successful. he says " we have shaped the world culture for you. " >>james: a judge in southern california has ordered a hot sauce plan to partially shut california has ordered a hot sauce plan to partially shut down. mr. rochon-- to those who've waited... california has ordered a hot sauce plan to partially shut down. mr.worried... poked and prodded... taken risks... and lived in a state of "what if?"... welcome to a new state... of health. welcome to covered california. the place to find quality, affordable coverage. financial help for those in need. and nobody can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. enroll n
barack obama will meet privately at the white house with leaders and volunteers from the peace corps program, which kennedy created. joseph nee so--naso, the man convicted of killing four women in california will learn his fate today. and corte. a jury has recommended the death sentence after finding the 79 year-old former photographer guilty of murder. he could be sentenced to death even the executions have been on hold in the state since 2006. naso was convicted of killing four women all with matching and officials. he presented-as he represented himself at trial. telling the jury he did not kill those women and that he was no monster. but evidence proved otherwise with photos from his home showing a partially nude women appearing dead or knocked out and a journal describing rates of numerous women. powerful winds in oakland left two people dead overnight and thousands without power. here's video of just some of the damage in oakland's rock ridge neighborhood. one person was killed when a tree fell on their vehicle on skyline boulevard and another person died when a power line came
to find a parking space. debbie obamas thanks stay strong out there mike. >>anny: a lot of shoppers are not happy black friday has morphed into black thursday. they are lashing out at major retailers online and threatening to boycott stores that opened early on thanksgiving. and an "i pledge to not shop on thanksgiving" badge is circulating on facebook. it has been shared more than 950-thousand times as of wednesday. this year the holiday shopping season is cut six days shorter than usual because thanksgiving falls later on the calendar. and many retailers fear sales could be flat. >>:"i look down and my skirt is on fire. and i freak out." thankful to be home this thanksgiving. sasha fleischman is back with family after spending weeks in the hospital recovering from second and third -degree burns. it happened when the skirt sasha was wearing was set on fire while on an a-c transit bus. sasha is gender neutral. sasha spoke publicly yesterday for the first time since the incident. kron-4's justine waldman learned he is not only brave, but his resolve is even more admirable. manages to
programs. president obama has ordered a review of those programs. >>james: no surprise here. a new poll finds over americans are against most proposals that would cut social security benefits. the survey by the associated press finds that about six and 10 people over 50 opposing the way coast-judge opposed changing the way cost-of-living raises are calculated or gradually raising the eligibility age for full social security benefits. many want a more generous benefits. about one-third believe the eligibility age for full benefits should be below 65. >>anny: twitter faces skepticism from potential investors and the broader public ahead of its initial public offering as ap-just as a eight people find to that. 3636 percent of americans believe weinstock and a seven year-old short messaging service would be a good investment while 47 percent disagree. also, the poll found that one and five americans has a twitter accounts while one antenna say they don't have an account of the look at others twitter fees. twitter plans to make its wall street debut this week. we'll be right back. >>anny: we
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